Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Office Jerks!! Space??!!


Once a jerk, always a jerk.

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Office Jerks!!


A new comic about jerks in an office. Won't they get fired?
Anyways, just for fun. More to come.

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Lil' ones.


Here are the little drawings for the inside of the Pitfall 2 Game Manual. Imagine the excitement! This game has it all. Even...eels? I would love to one day visit a cave full of crowns and money sacks. It would be worth the falling stalactites. I mean it. Also, think of the doubloons.

Friday, August 13, 2010

Pitfall 2



This is a cover I recently did for a new release version of the computer game Pitfall 2.
It was really exciting to work on art for a game which I was already somewhat familiar with. Kind of retro looking with some extra texture cheats thrown in. The top 1/4 will be occupied with the Pitfall 2 title on the box.

I will be posting some Instruction manual character spot illustrations done for this title soon.

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Happy Birthday Canada


This is actually a card I made for my father. Along with Canada, he is also a cancer.
Please Yuta, no laughing at my caligraphy.

Friday, April 30, 2010

Iceland




This one's pretty cheeky, I guess, but hey...our planet is just gonna keep on doing what it has do to, despite our disgruntled anthropocentric headlines.

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

In space, nobody can read your blog


This is another "retro" video game cover I recently completed. I always love space themed stuff so this was pretty fun. I'm pretty curious to see how the game plays. looks pretty cute.
The end
by Chris Coles

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Wildebeest


I have been really busy lately with some projects and wouldn't you know it, long time no post.
Here is one little painting that I have wanted to post but wasn't really satisfied with the photo. Oh well. This is obviously a quick painting of a Wildebeest that I wanted to maintain a "spontaneous" look. I especially like this painting because I just hated it in the beginning. I am a firm believer in the "magic" happening "in the moment" But I can't help but notice how much I like my second take, my third sketch, and my fourth revision better these days.